Vestas accelerates energy storage efforts with R&D center in India

Vestas' Indian partner has established a development center for the manufacturer focusing on energy storage and hybrid solutions. This will help to get products on the market faster, says Vestas' CEO.

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Vestas is strengthening its investment in energy storage and hybrid solutions. Indian engineering conglomerate L&T Technology Services has established a development center in Indian major city Chennai, which according to a press release will "facilitate cost-effective engineering solutions and focus on solutions in areas including Energy Storage, Hybrid Energy and Smart products."

"Vestas works with long-term partners like L&T Technology to help develop solutions that lower the cost of energy, ensure flexibility in product development and shorten the amount of time needed to bring new products and solutions to market,"  Andreas Bürger, Senior Vice President, Power Solutions, Industrialization at Vestas, in the press release.

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